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Re: D&D Ravenloft

PostPosted: Saturday November 23rd, 2013 10:34pm
by Ragnar IronFist
Thanks for the replies! I guess the jury is still out on this one for me. But I'll probably pick it up to check it out eventually.

Re: D&D Ravenloft

PostPosted: Sunday November 24th, 2013 3:10am
by knightkrawler
chaoticprime wrote:All the minis are just DDM but plastic and not painted.


True. But they tend to be the better ones, or at least those you can stuff your dungeon with (orcs, undead, kobolds...).

Re: D&D Ravenloft

PostPosted: Thursday June 8th, 2017 11:50pm
by aaronAGN
I know I'm very late to the game. So I doubt anyone might notice this reply.
But I'm currently replaying through the HeroQuest campaigns with my friends. We're doing add-ons, so we decided to use Castle Ravenloft stuff as a self-made (tweaked) expansion.
But I don't like the miniature for Count Strahd at all. Can anyone recommend some good Vampire Minis that more closely resemble the good Count?

Re: D&D Ravenloft

PostPosted: Friday June 9th, 2017 1:30am
by QorDaq
I know Reaper Bones has a variety of vamps in a few different styles.

Re: D&D Ravenloft

PostPosted: Friday June 9th, 2017 6:46am
by aaronAGN
QorDaq wrote:I know Reaper Bones has a variety of vamps in a few different styles.


Yeah I've been using their search options. Gonna keep looking.
I've also talked to a guy that does custom commissioned miniature sculpts.
But I'm too broke to afford any of that.
I can't justify spending THAT kind of money on one sculpt.
I'll keep looking.
Thanks.

Re: D&D Ravenloft

PostPosted: Tuesday May 14th, 2019 9:41pm
by spadesvex
Looks like it's been a while since anyone posted here. Any fellow Heroquesters still playing Castle Ravenloft?

Re: D&D Ravenloft

PostPosted: Tuesday May 14th, 2019 10:47pm
by LordZeke
I still play this system alot, one of my favorite game systems.

Re: D&D Ravenloft

PostPosted: Thursday May 16th, 2019 4:35am
by The Admiral
I have it, have played it a bit, and quite enjoyed it, but when I tried it with my brother, who loves HQ, he didn't like it at all.

Re: D&D Ravenloft

PostPosted: Thursday March 12th, 2020 10:48am
by JCool
I've played it a few times now over the past year and just recently this past weekend with my cousin who is a HeroQuest pro. With just 2 players it was more fun to run through Ravenloft since we could be on the same team, RPing the events as they happened and laughing hysterically as we rolled miserably low for our attacks.

I have the first two games in the series (Ravenloft and Wrath) and both are fun and quick. It's not really an exploration game, rather more of a "now deal with this and run!" kinda experience. Not bad though, fun in short bursts. I've yet to use the minis with Heroquest but the scale is close so it is possible to do. If you can pick up a copy cheaply (and since the game is 10 years old now you can usually find them for ~$30) then it's worth it for the minis alone :)

Re: D&D Ravenloft

PostPosted: Sunday July 19th, 2020 4:30pm
by Maldeev1911
still play it every now and then, but its been awhile.
To be honest I bought it mostly for the minis. lol